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[audio]Take Back the Night march featuring a speech by Andrea Dworkin
Actuality of the Women Take Back the Night march held in Los Angeles on April 19, 1980. Contains a speech by feminist activist Andrea Dworkin (1946-1995), the Los Angeles Women's Chorus and the Great American Yankee Freedom Band of Los Angeles perform, interviews with participants and actualities from the crowd.
Downloads: 70
[audio]Taxes for torture / produced by Tim McGovern and David Morrison.
Tim McGovern discusses the range of techniques, including torture, used in the Western Hemisphere by counterinsurgency groups such as the Green Berets and Latin American military and police forces. McGovern and a series of guests illustrate how US taxpayer money helps fund groups such as the Agency of International Development who employ these techniques, and examines the practice of torture and wrongful detainment of political activists in Latin American and Third World countries...
Downloads: 11
[audio]Taylor Mead and Tom Hompertz interviewed by Claire Clouzot - Pacifica Radio Archives
Taylor Mead and Tom Hompertz interviewed by Claire Clouzot, 1968. Cast members discuss Andy Warhol's film Lonesome Cowboys. Also present were Bruce Haines from Warhol's Bike-boy and poet Lee Meyerzov. (36 min.) BB5201 Pacifica Radio Archives.
Keywords: warhol; clouzot; meyerzove; mckittrich; haines; film; pacifica; mead; hompertz
Downloads: 313
[audio]Teach-in on the implications of People's Park (Episode 7 of 8) - [KPFA]
Series Title: People's Park anniversary Description: On May 28, 1969, two weeks after the first street fighting in connection with People's Park, there was an all-day teach-in entitled "The Politics of Ecology" at Lower Sproul Plaza on the University of California, Berkeley campus, which was broadcast live on KPFA. Speakers addressed themselves to various aspects of the Park - urban planning, ecology, politics...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Protests, demonstrations, vigils--Berkeley (Calif.); City planning--Berkeley (Calif.); Temko, Allan; Hoving, Thomas, 1931-2009; Van der Ryn, Sim; Snyder, Gary, 1930-; Welch, Lew; Weisberg, Barry; Goodman, Mitchell; Bodenheimer, Thomas; Lampe, Keith; Humphrey, Cliff; Brown, Martin; Greenway, Robert; Jacobs, Jane, 1916-2006; Goodman, Paul, 1911-1972
Downloads: 7
[audio]Testimony from the Presidential Committee on the Causes and Prevention of Violence 1968 - Pacifica Radio Archives
Actuality of testimony from Kingman Brewster; Henry Mayer; Sam Brown; Price Cobbs; and Huey Newton, Black Panther Party co-founder, before the Presidential Committee on the Causes and Prevention of Violence.BROADCAST: WBAI, 2 Dec. 1968. PART 1 of 2 (75 min.) BB3209A Pacifica Radio Archives.
Keywords: pacifica; panther; black; black panther; newton; violence; revolution
Downloads: 291
[audio]Testimony from the Presidential Committee on the Causes and Prevention of Violence Part 2 - Pacifica Radio Archives
Actuality of testimony from Kingman Brewster; Henry Mayer; Sam Brown; Price Cobbs; and Huey Newton, Black Panther Party co-founder, before the Presidential Committee on the Causes and Prevention of Violence. BROADCAST: WBAI, 2 Dec. 1968. Part 2 of 2. BB3209b Pacifica Radio Archives.
Keywords: pacifica; panther; black; black panther; newton; violence; revolution
Downloads: 217
[audio]Tet Offensive - Whole World Is Watching - Pacifica Radio Archives
THE WHOLE WORLD IS WATCHING produced by Helen Mickiewicz. Dale Minor covering the Tet offensive; Martin Luther King's speeches; Robert Kennedy's last speech and assassination; and fighting in Vietnam. BROADCAST: KPFA, March 1979. SERIES: KPFA thirty year retrospective| 1968. AZ0265 Pacifica Radio Archives.
Keywords: tet; vietnam; pacifica; mickiewicz; minor
Downloads: 579
[audio]The 1975 art world: the women in it (part 1 of 2)
Panel discussion entitled "The 1975 Art World: The Women in It", held at New York University's Loeb Student Center in conjunction with the Fine Arts Museum of the Women's Interart Center as part of a series of special events to salute "1975: Women and Art", on Wednesday, May 7th, 1975 at 7pm. Discussion is moderated by artist Alice Baber and the panel includes Howardena Pindell, artist and curator of prints at Museum of Modern Art; Isabel Bishop, artist; Mary Garrard, art historian at American U...
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[audio]The 1975 art world: the women in it (part 2 of 2)
Second part of a panel discussion entitled "The 1975 Art World: The Women in It", held at New York University's Loeb Student Center in conjunction with the Fine Arts Museum of the Women's Interart Center as part of a series of special events to salute "1975: Women and Art", on Wednesday, May 7th, 1975 at 7pm. Discussion is moderated by artist Alice Baber and the panel includes Howardena Pindell, artist and curator of prints at Museum of Modern Art; Isabel Bishop, artist; Mary Garrard, art histor...
Downloads: 4
[audio]The Aeolian chamber players (Episode 8 of 33, Part 1 of 2)
Recording of the Aeolian Chamber Players' tenth anniversary concert at WBAI's Free Music Store on January 15th, 1972. The Aeolian Chamber Players specialize in contemporary classical music and have been the resident ensemble at Bowdoin College in Maine since 1964. The Aeolian Chamber Players consist of Lewis Kaplan, violinist; Erich Graf, flautist; Jerry Grossman, cello; Richard Wasley, clarinet; and Walter Ponce, piano...
Keywords: Graf; Erich; Kaplan; Lewis; MUSIC; Chamber music ensembles; The Aeolian Chamber Players
Downloads: 9
[audio]The Aeolian chamber players (Episode 8 of 33, Part 2 of 2)
Recording of the Aeolian Chamber Players' tenth anniversary concert at WBAI's Free Music Store on January 15th, 1972. The Aeolian Chamber Players specialize in contemporary classical music and have been the resident ensemble at Bowdoin College in Maine since 1964. Lewis Kaplan, violinist and Erich Graf, flautist, are interviewed by WBAI's Barbara Oka. Other performers include Jerry Grossman, cello; Richard Wasley, clarinet; and Walter Ponce, piano...
Keywords: Graf; Erich; Kaplan; Lewis; MUSIC; Chamber music ensembles; The Aeolian Chamber Players
Downloads: 12
[audio]The AIDS summit of the year / Amy Goodman and Mike Alcalay.
Mike Alcalay and Amy Goodman host coverage of the 6th International AIDS Summit at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. VP George Bush on mandatory testing. Stockholm clip: PM Carlsson at 4th conference. Clip of ACT UP at Montreal. Kenneth Kaunda, Zambian president. Hans-Paul Verhoef. Restrictions on immigration in suspected HIV cases. Chris Sandoval, activist and community liaison for the AIDS office of the SF Dept...
Keywords: Sandoval, Chris; Binder, Matt; Jefferson, Fran; Williams, Reggie; Krim, Mathilde; Kramer, Larry; AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome); Immigration and emigration -- Health and hygiene; Drug abuse -- Health and hygiene -- United States
Downloads: 17
[audio]The artist and the new media
Jeanne Siegal interviews artist Roy Lichtenstein who was an abstract expressionist for many years, then was later labeled as a pop artist. He adopted the calligraphic comic strip style and historic benday dots ordinarily identified with advertising. Lichtenstein, who is both a painter and sculptor, discusses his work and views on recent developments in art.
Downloads: 17
[audio]The Assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy - Pacifica Radio Archives
The Assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy. Recorded at the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, California, 4 June 1968. Actuality of day of the assassination at Kennedy's campaign headquarters: Jesse Unruh's speech, Kennedy's speech, the shooting, eyewitness accounts. 56minutes. BB4511 Pacifica Radio Archives.
Keywords: assassination; president; kennedy; senator; pacifica
Downloads: 2,169
[audio]The ballad of Sunset Hall
The recording is of a benefit concert for the Sunset Hall retirement home in Los Angeles, which provides housing for senior citizens who have dedicated their lives to social action movements. The host provides a brief history and purpose of Sunset Hall. Ross Altman begins by singing "The Ballad of Sunset Hall". Pete Seeger sings "Abiyoyo", "We Shall Not Be Moved", "Stay on Freedom", "Soon Mama", "My Whole World", "Viva La Quince Brigada", "My Experiences as a Folk Singer in Franco's Spain", "Whe...
Downloads: 30
[audio]The Barretts of Bleecker Street / Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara.
Improvisational comedy duo Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara perform as The Barretts of Bleecker Street in the WBAI studio. BROADCAST: WBAI October 1962 and 4 Apr. 1966 and KPFA November 1962 and January 1963.
Downloads: 40
[audio]The battle for People's Park revisited (Episode 8 of 8) - Marks, Claude; Amyx, Carol
Series Title: People's Park anniversary Description: On May 30, 1969 there was a massive, peaceful march through Berkeley in which people from all over California and from other states as well participated to show their support for the user-developed People's Park. This program examines the last two weeks of May 1969 and asks "Why did it happen?"and "Where are we one year later?". This episode, the last of eight in the series, features much of the same archival audio footage that comprises the p...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Student movements--Berkeley (Calif.); Protests, demonstrations, vigils--Berkeley (Calif.); Amyx, Carol; Marks, Claude; York, Richard; DeBonis, John; Siegel, Dan
Downloads: 10
[audio]The battle for People's Park: round one (Episode 1 of 8) - Amyx, Carol; Kaufman, Don
Series Title: People's Park anniversary Description: A documentary of Bloody Thursday, May 15, 1969, in Berkeley when the University of California built a fence around a plot of land it owned which had been changed from a muddy lot to a People's Park by members of the community. Students and other supporters of the user-developed park demonstrated on campus and Telegraph Avenue to protest the University's actions...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Protests, demonstrations, vigils--Berkeley (Calif.); Police--Berkeley (Calif.)--Complaints against; Smithson, Denny; Amyx, Carol; Kaufman, Don; Reynolds, Malvina; York, Dick; Siegel, Dan
Downloads: 17
[audio]The battle of Santa Barbara - Smithson, Denny
Description: The small suburb of Isla Vista that borders the University of California, Santa Barbara was the site of a significant anti-Vietnam War protest in early 1970. This is a description of the Santa Barbara demonstration as seen by Michel Barton, who was in Isla Vista where the Bank of America branch was burned. Mr. Barton addresses to a thousand persons gathered in Berkeley's Provo Park on Friday evening, March 6th, 1970, organized by the Santa Barbara Support Committee...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Protests, demonstrations, vigils--Santa Barbara; Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Protest movements; Barton, Michel
Downloads: 13
[audio]The big four state their cases (Episode 6 of 8) - Marks, Claude
Series Title: People's Park anniversary Description: City officials and protest organizers speak about the violent battle to maintain People's Park for the community. During the People's Park crisis, several spokesmen emerged representing different factions in Berkeley. The Mayor of Berkeley, Wallace Johnson, spoke for the City Administration; the Chancellor of the Berkeley campus, Roger Heyns, spoke for the University Administration; Frank Bardacke spoke for the People's Park Negotiating Commit...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Protests, demonstrations, vigils--Berkeley (Calif.); Palmer, Charles; Heyns, Roger; Johnson, Wallace; Bardacke, Frank
Downloads: 6
[audio]The birth of Venus (Episode 6 of 29)
Performance of a play by Frank Moffett Mosier, taking place in the 12th century, that concerns a visit by the Baron Paolo di Stefano to the Princess Andrina of Naples while her husband is away fighting the Turks, and gives a wry look at the medieval ideal of courtly love. The cast includes Linda Phillips as Andrina, Eugenie Snell as Francesca, Bill Wiley as Giovanni and Joseph M. Hamer as Paolo. Original music composed and performed by Marilyn Scheuer...
Keywords: Mosier; Frank Moffett; Radio adaptations
Downloads: 1
[audio]The Black artist / Ishmael Reed, Ortiz Walton, and Joe Overstreet.
Novelist Ishmael Reed, musician Ortiz Walton, and painter Joe Overstreet discuss the traditions of Black art at the San Francisco Black Writers Workshop in 1970. They talk about the history of blacks being discouraged from participating in the arts in the United States, the co-optation of black cultural forms by white people and the difficulty black artists have in getting recognition or grants for their work...
Downloads: 32
[audio]The Black Panther Party in Sacramento
KPFA volunteer Denny Smithson rode on a bus trip made by Black Panther Party on May 2, 1968. The trip began at the Alameda County Courthouse where Bobby Seale appeared at 9:30am. Smithson reads a telegram from Jesse Unruh. The bus then traveled to Sacramento, where the Panthers demanded the reinstatement of Eldridge Cleaver's parole. Includes interviews with Kathleen Cleaver, Communications Secretary of the Black Panthers and wife of Eldridge Cleaver, and Leonard Glaser, co-chairman of the Legal...
Downloads: 25
[audio]The Bobbity-Ba letters (Episode 5 of 14)
A dramatic reading of an imaginary correspondence between Victorian poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861) and British Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel (1788-1850). One of a series of mythical correspondences originally printed in Punch, this program was written by Patrick Ryan. The dramatis personae consists of Randa Haines and Mike Hodel. This recording was formerly cataloged as BB3703.
Keywords: Radio adaptations; Browning; Elizabeth Barrett; 1806-1861; Peel; Robert; 1788-1850
Downloads: 3
[audio]The Cabbage Patch Kids / Stuart Ewen
Author and historian Stuart Ewen discusses the Cabbage Patch Kids doll phenomenon in the United States. He describes his attempts to contact Coleco to interview a Cabbage Patch doll. Ewen decries the attention lavished on these dolls when "charity for other human beings seems to be at an all-time low" and presents an unverified anecdote about a child receiving a "death certificate" for their broken doll...
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[audio]The car top rally
Actuality of the student protest against new campus rules at University of California, Berkeley, that captures some of the following activities: approximately 7:25 pm, with President Kerr and Chancellor Strong watching from the steps of Sproul Hall (the crowd was unaware of their presence), Mario Savio proposes a meeting to be held the following Monday at the Sproul Hall steps between the UC Berkeley administration and the students...
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[audio]The car top rally
Actuality of student protests against new campus rules at University of California, Berkeley. Mario Savio reports on university administration's continuing unwillingness to negotiate ("...Strong and Kerr were 'not contactable.'"); Savio expresses concerns about further violence against the demonstrators and possible police actions to break the rally; urges solidarity: "Please be here tonight!" He later announces a Joan Baez concert to be held that night...
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[audio]The car top rally
Recording includes actuality of student protest against the new campus rules at the University of California, Berkeley. Jackie Goldberg speaks on the position of the University. Dick Roman talks about how he joined the demonstration. B. Turner speaks of the "table" incident and Mario Savio gives his speech. Jack Weinberg is arrested and the crowd reacts. Don Hackett presents a conservative view and Art Goldberg about table incident...
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[audio]The car top rally
Actuality of student protest against new campus rules at University of California, Berkeley. Actuality of student protest against new campus rules at University of California, Berkeley. Listeners can hear altercation over microphone by pro- and anti- free speech movement activists, as well as student heckling of anti-FSM activists. Craig Burton and Mario Savio debate the use of democratic process in bringing about change...
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[audio]The car top rally
The recording includes actuality of student protest against new campus rules at University of California, Berkeley. In Sproul Plaza, faculty member Peterson reports on negotiations and states administration's assertion that the students have gone back on their word. Mario Savio proposes demands and concessions. Martin Roysher explains the limits the students must place on their actions. Al Silbowitz describes students leaving Sproul Plaza...
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[audio]The car top rally / reported by Scott Keith.
The recording includes actuality of student protest against new campus rules at University of California, Berkeley. This features confrontation with fraternity group. Mario Savio is interviewed by Scott Kieth. Fraternity brother calls for release of the police car. Dusty Miller explains their tactics followed by three student speakers. Jerry Goldstein speaks on the opposition of his fraternity brothers to the student protest,...
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[audio]The car top rally.
The recording consists of actuality of student protests against new campus rules at University of California, Berkeley. A speech is delivered regarding the administration suspending students who participate in the demonstration, and the need for students to stick together. Dick Norman invites opposition speakers. A speech is given on the complexity of the issues that the students are proposing regarding questions of ownership and money...
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[audio]The car top rally.
Actuality of student protest against new campus rules at University of California, Berkeley. Contains excerpts from the days events. Following are excerpts from the days events. Fraternity brothers arrive and surround the demonstrators. Fire engines come and demonstrators fear the use of high pressure hoses being used. Mario Savio argues with the fraternity group. Dusty Miller leads students in "We Shall Overcome"...
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[audio]The car top rally.
Edited actuality of student protests against new campus rules at University of California, Berkeley. Demonstrators await outcome of negotiations between Savio and other student leaders, Berkeley Chancellor Strong, and University President Clark Kerr. They prepare for possible confrontation with police. Among the events captured in this recording are discussions of strategies for passive resistance; demonstrators singing various Civil Rights Movement songs including "We Shall Overcome", "Freedom'...
Downloads: 10
[audio]The case of Paul Skyhorse and Richard Mohawk
Report on the murder trial of Paul Skyhorse and Richard Mohawk, including a report on recent events in Ventura County by Bruce Robinson, a brief background of the case by Tim McGovern, a report by investigator for the defense, Paula Giese, and speeches on the government conspiracy to frame the American Indian Movement (AIM) leaders given at a rally at UCLA on October 17, 1976, the second anniversary of the defendants' arrest...
Downloads: 31
[audio]The CIA and dirty tricks / Victor Marchetti ; interviewed by Robert Kuttner.
Victor Marchetti was a high ranking CIA official who resigned and criticized the agency. He discusses his novel "Rope-Dancer" which was published in 1971. The novel is about a high ranking agent who goes to work for the Soviet Union and presents a realistic portrait of life at the CIA headquarters in Virginia. Marchetti discusses the CIA's role in foreign and domestic affairs, and what it is like to work in the organization.
Downloads: 27
[audio]The CIA director testifies / William Colby ; analysis by Robert Krulwich.
Open Journal episode concerning reports of the CIA employing newsmen for information gathering and dissemination, including CIA director William Colby's testimony before the House on Intelligence Commission on utilizing foreign news agencies for planting false stories. Episode begins with Robert Krulwich's report, which includes a speech by journalist Stuart Loory on the three dozen reporters discovered on the CIA's payroll...
Downloads: 21
[audio]The CIA involvement in Nicaragua and Central America / Philip Agee
Former CIA agent Philip Agee (1935-2008) talks to Pacifica's Pat Hynds about the dangers of counter revolution in Nicaragua, as fomented by CIA activities including the propaganda campaign, economic destabilization, and military maneuvers around Grenada. He discusses the revocation of his passport, the Intelligence Identity Protection Act, the similarity and differences between the revolutions in Nicaragua, Chile, and Cuba, and explains his critique of Haig's "White Paper" on El Salvador...
Downloads: 57
[audio]The Cleveland string quartet (Episode 22 of 33, Part 1 of 2)
The Cleveland String Quartet performs at WBAI's Free Music Store on March 25, 1972. The group consists of Donald Weilerstein, violin; Peter Salaff, violin; Martha Strongin Katz, viola; and Paul Katz, cello. WBAI's Barbara Oka introduces the program. The quartet performs Quartettsatz in C minor, op. posth. by Franz Schubert; String quartet no. 2 by Charles Ives, preceded by explanatory remarks about and excerpts from the piece; String quartet no...
Keywords: Music--19th century; String quartets
Downloads: 13
[audio]The Columbia University Strike - Pacifica Radio Archives
The Columbia University strike / moderated by Dwight McDonald. Marvin Harris, Juan Gonzales, and Stuart Gedel discuss the student upheaval at Columbia University in the spring of 1968. BB3150 Pacifica Radio Archives.
Keywords: columbia; strike; student; revolt; pacifica; gedel
Downloads: 157
[audio]The contemporary lesbian : beyond stereotypes.
Examination of the changing views of lesbianism. Produced by Sheri Tyler. Presented by Women's Theater of Los Angeles. Includes reenactments including a lesbian on the couch, and a live discussion with participants from the Lesbian Feminists. Includes discussion of the belief by many psychologists that homosexuality is sick and perverted and the belief that lesbians are threats. Continues with readings about women meeting each other and sharing good times...
Downloads: 36
[audio]The day after "The Day After"
WBAI's Rich Schrader interviews actor John Cullum and Admiral Gene La Rocque from the Center for Defense Information about the controversial post-apocalyptic TV movie "The Day After". Schrader expresses his own dissatisfaction with both the film and the post-film roundtable that included Henry Kissinger, William F. Buckley, Jr., Robert McNamara, George P. Shultz and Carl Sagan, among others. Cullum discusses what makes the film resonate with audiences and the pressures placed on the film's produ...
Downloads: 75
[audio]The death house letters of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg (Episode 10 of 14)
Selections and excerpts from a two-year correspondence between Julius (1918-1953) and Ethel Rosenberg (1916-1953) as they awaited execution in the death house at Sing Sing Prison. The readers are Gerald Fritz and Lois Adler. Narrated by Eric Nord. Directed by Lois Adler for WBAI's 99.5 Radio Theatre. This recording was formerly cataloged as BB3830.08.
Keywords: Adler; Lois; Fritz; Gerald; Radio programs; Prisoners--Correspondence; Rosenberg; Julius; 1918-1953; Rosenberg; Ethel; 1916-1953
Downloads: 20
[audio]The Delano grape strike 1966 - Cesar Chavez - Pacifica Radio Archives
THE DELANO GRAPE STRIKE: Cesar Chavez introduced by Hank Anderson. Cesar Chavez, President of the National Farm Workers Association, spoke in Berkeley under the auspices of of Citizens for Farm Labor, on January 5, about the progress of the Delano Grape Strike and the history of the National Farm Workers Association. He is introduced by Henry Anderson, Chairman of Citizens for Farm Labor. - RECORDED in Berkeley...
Keywords: delano; chavez; labor; farm; grape; strike; pacifica
Downloads: 539
[audio]The dispute over the ownership of Anthony Burns (Episode 7 of 14)
Performance of a play for radio, adapted from original documents, by playwright and historian Jonathan Ned Katz (1938-) and directed by Lois Adler. This is a documentary concerning the famous fugitive slave case that led Boston to riot in 1854. The voices are those of Niger Akoni, Susan Batson, Alan Becker, Gerald Fritz, Robert Lander, Margot Lewitin, Frank MacFee, David Margulies, Eric Nord, Douglass Ross, and Baird Searles...
Keywords: Katz; Jonathan; 1938-; Radio plays; Slavery in literature; Anthony Burns
Downloads: 18
[audio]The eagle and the rock (Episode 4 of 29)
A modern fable in one act by Frank Moffett Mosier. A conversation between an eagle and a rock, in which the world and the human race are discussed from an outside point of view. Features Joseph M. Hamer as the eagle and Bill Wiley as the rock. Directed by Sarah Schilling. Mosier is billed as a Ford Foundation recipient, member of the New Dramatists, and winner of an observership in the Playwright's Unit of the Actor's Studio for his play "Op." This recording was formerly cataloged as BB3818.07.
Keywords: Schilling; Sarah; Radio adaptations; Mosier; Frank Moffett
Downloads: 2
[audio]The funeral of Jonathan Jackson and William Christmas
"The funeral service of Jonathan Peter Jackson (1953-1970) and William Arthur Christmas (1943-1970), who were killed in the course of an armed action which they staged during a politically charged trial of prison inmates at the Marin County, California, Hall of Justice, on August 7, 1970. Contents include Master of Ceremonies at the funeral, Father Earl Neil and a eulogy by Huey P. Newton, Black Panther Party co-founder and officer...
Keywords: BLACK PANTHERS; FUNERALS; JACKSON, JONATHAN; CHRISTMAS, WILLIAM; SAN QUENTIN; SOLEDAD BROTHERS; PRISONS & PRISONERS; NEWTON, HUEY; AFRICAN AMERICANS
Downloads: 47
[audio]The girl had guts (Episode 18 of 29)
A dramatic reading of a short story by Theodore Sturgeon (1918-1985), one of America's foremost writers of science fiction, for WBAI's Mind's Eye Theatre. Performers are Ann Rivers, Frank Coffee, and Baird Searles. The story is used by the kind permission of the author. This recording was formerly cataloged as BB3818.17.
Keywords: Rivers; Ann; Coffee; Frank; Sturgeon; Theodore; Science fiction; Radio plays
Downloads: 22
[audio]The harder they come
"The Harder They Come" is a criminal film produced by Perry Henzell starring Jimmy Cliff and was filmed in Jamaica in 1972. The film tends to defy classification and provides insights to the black Jamaica, not tourist Jamaica. The main character, Ivan, goes to Kingston to find fame but finds himself in difficult situations. This film's soundtrack played an important role in popularizing reggae in the United States...
Downloads: 116
[audio]The homosexual in our society : a panel discussion
"This recording from 1958 - the earliest known radio recording to overtly discuss homosexuality - features Elsa Knight Thompson, then the Public Affairs Director of KPFA, interviewing Hal Call, the editor of the Mattachine Society's newsletter, the Mattachine Review; Dr. Blanche Baker, a psychologist noted for her then-rarely-shared belief that homosexuality was not an abnormality nor an illness; and Lee Gailey, the mother of a gay man...
Downloads: 80
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